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Use of Testimony Compelled in Foreign Jurisdictions
Patrick F. Linehan
December 4, 2017
Loyalty or Liberty: Defending the General Counsel in a Corporate Criminal Investigation, ABA’s White-Collar Crime Committee Newsletter, Summer/Fall 2017
William L. Drake, Nicholas P. Silverman
2017 FCPA Mid-Year Review
Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar, Tom Best, Brigida Benitez, Pablo M. Bentes, Patrick Rappo, Evan T. Abrams, Helen Aldridge, Claire Blakey, Brady Cassis, Sara Chouraqui, Peter Ibrahim, Peter Jeydel, John C. London, Jessica Piquet Megaw, Alexandra Melia, Bibek Raj Pandey, Stephanie W. Wang, Zhu (Judy) Wang, Bo Yue
June 29, 2017
2016 FCPA Year in Review
Lucinda A. Low, Tom Best, Brittany Prelogar, Richard J. Battaglia, Brigida Benitez, Pablo M. Bentes, Jeffrey W. Cottle, Matthew J. Herrington, Susan Munro, Patrick Rappo, Richard K. Wagner, Evan T. Abrams, Helen Aldridge, Brady Cassis, Sara Chouraqui, Peter Jeydel, John C. London, Jessica Piquet Megaw, Alexandra Melia, Bibek Raj Pandey, Zhu (Judy) Wang, Stephanie W. Wang, Timothy A. Work, Bo Yue
February 16, 2017
Practice Tips for Navigating Joint Defense Agreements in a Post–Yates Memo World
William L. Drake
December 8, 2016, ABA Litigation Corporate Counsel
The Yates Memo and the Future of Joint Defense Agreements
Patrick F. Linehan, William L. Drake
May 9, 2016, Bloomberg BNA
Will DOJ’s FCPA Pilot Program Fly With Companies Considering Self-Disclosure?
Lucinda A. Low, Brian M. Heberlig, William L. Drake, Nathan W. Cunningham
April 11, 2016
Congressional Gamesmanship Leads To An Acquittal In Deepwater Horizon Case, United States v. David Rainey: A Case Study
Brian M. Heberlig
20 Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law 260 (2015)
Developing Key Performance Indicators and Tracking Metrics for an Anti-Corruption Program (Part Two of Two)
Matthew Herrington and Jonathan Drimmer
March 9, 2016, The FCPA Report
2015 FCPA Year in Review
Lucinda A. Low, Brigida Benitez, Tom Best, Richard J. Battaglia, Pablo M. Bentes, Jeffrey W. Cottle, Matthew J. Herrington, Simon Hirsbrunner, Susan Munro, Patrick Rappo, John P. Rupp, Richard K. Wagner, Helen Aldridge, Peter Jeydel, John C. London, Jessica Piquet Megaw, Alexandra Melia, Bibek Raj Pandey, Stephanie W. Wang, Bo Yue
March 8, 2016
Developing Key Performance Indicators and Tracking Metrics for an Anti-Corruption Program (Part One of Two)
Matthew Herrington and Jonathan Drimmer
February 24, 2016, The FCPA Report
NYDFS Cracks Down on 'Last Look'
Michael Campion Miller, Jason M. Weinstein
January 5, 2016
Are You Ready For Visits From Chinese State Authorities?
Growing Relevance Of PRC Criminal Law And Practice To Foreign Investor Operations
Richard K. Wagner, Lucinda A. Low, Susan Munro, and Lin Yang
October 26, 2015
Border Searches May Be Best Argument For Cloud Computing
Matthew Herrington and Stephanie Wang
October 22, 2015, Law360
Post Chiasson/Newman – The Future of Insider Trading Laws, Regulations and Litigation
Michael Campion Miller, Michelle L. Levin, Philip S. Khinda, Christopher R. Conte, Micah S. Green, Matthew J. Herrington
October 13, 2015
The Hidden Costs of FCPA-Related Corporate Transparency
Matthew Herrington, Tom Best, and Brady Cassis
September 22, 2015
DOJ’s New Focus On Executives May Mean Fewer Corporate Settlements
Brian M. Heberlig, Jason M. Weinstein, Chris Niewoehner, Michael Campion Miller, Michelle L. Levin
September 21, 2015
In Barko Litigation, DC Circuit Reinforces Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Protection for Internal Investigations
Patrick F. Linehan, Peter L. Wellington
September 2, 2015
2014 FCPA Year in Review
Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar, Brigida Benitez, Pablo M. Bentes, Tom Best, Patrick Rappo, Helen Aldridge, Peter Jeydel, John C. London, Bibek Raj Pandey, Jessica Piquet Megaw, Stephanie W. Wang, Bo Yue
February 13, 2015
Barko Muzzled, But Attorney-Client Info Remains At Risk
Andrew D. Irwin, Patrick F. Linehan, Patrick Rappo, Peter L. Wellington, Sarah Rose Lamoree, and Alexandra Melia
September 4, 2014, Law360
Barko Muzzled In DC, But Attorney-Client Privilege For Internal Investigations Remains At Risk
Patrick F. Linehan, Patrick Rappo, Peter L. Wellington, Alexandra Melia
August 19, 2014
Facilitation Payments Revisited
Patrick Rappo, Helen Aldridge
August 8, 2014, Compliance Complete
Wait Until Next Time: Noble Corp. Executives and SEC Settle Pending Litigation on Eve of Trial, Leaving Basic FCPA Questions Unanswered
Lucinda A. Low, Tom Best
July 8, 2014
A New Era In Cartel Enforcement Against Foreign Nationals
Patrick Linehan, Rachel Peck
June 4, 2014, Law360
Anti-Bribery and Corruption Guidance for Banks: A Lesson for Every Industry?
Patrick Rappo, Jeffrey Cottle, Lucinda Low, Richard Battaglia, Helen Aldridge
June 4, 2014
Don’t Let Barko Bite Your Company's Attorney-Client Privilege And Work Product Protection
Patrick F. Linehan, Peter L. Wellington
June 4, 2014
South African Regulator Imposes Sanctions on ‘Big Four’ Banks: Lessons for Overseas Financial Institutions
Patrick Rappo, Helen Aldridge
June 3, 2014, Compliance Complete
Defining “Adequate Procedures?” UK Financial Conduct Authority Issues Another Regulatory Fine for Poor ABC Controls
Lucinda Low, Patrick Rappo, Jeff Cottle, Richard Battaglia, Helen Aldridge
April 23, 2014
Financial crime update: New Sentencing Council Guidelines for fraud, bribery and money laundering corporate offenders
Patrick Rappo, Helen Aldridge
March 17, 2014, Compliance Complete
The European Commission’s First Biannual EU Anti-Corruption Report
Setting the Stage for an Enhanced EU Role in Combating Corruption, Broadened Legal Standards, and a More Active Debarment Regime?
Lucinda A. Low, Yves Botteman, Guy Soussan, Philip Woolfson, Patrick Rappo, Jeffrey W. Cottle
March 17, 2014
Financial Crime Update: Deferred Prosecution Agreements and the Financial Services Industry
Patrick Rappo, Helen Aldridge
March 12, 2014, Compliance Complete
Deferred Prosecution Agreements Now in Force in the UK, Potentially Promoting Self-Reporting and Cross-Border Settlements
Patrick Rappo, Jeffrey Cottle, Lucinda Low, Richard Battaglia, and Helen Aldridge
March 5, 2014
2013 FCPA Year in Review
Lucinda A. Low, Tom Best, Pablo M. Bentes, Jeffrey W. Cottle, Peter Jeydel, Susan Munro, Bibek Raj Pandey, Anthony Rapa, Patrick Rappo
February 28, 2014
UK DPAs, Corporate Fines, and Incentives for Corporate Offenders
Patrick Rappo, Jeffrey Cottle, Lucinda Low, Richard Battaglia, and Helen Aldridge
February 24, 2014
Testing the Death Penalty
Paul Charlton, Quintin Cushner
January 9, 2014, Law Journal for Social Justice
Bail Pending Appeal in the Second Circuit
Evan T. Barr and Michelle L. Levin
April 16, 2012, New York Law Journal
The Longer Arm of the Law in New York
Matthew J. Gaul, Douglas Kantor, and Philip S. Khinda
October 28, 2011, Securities Docket
The Rise and Rise of the NYAG
Douglas Kantor, Philip S. Khinda
May 2010, Securities Docket
U.S. and International Anti-Money Laundering Developments
Edward J. Krauland
June 18, 2009, The International Lawyer
Implications of Norris for UK-US Extradition and Future UK Cartel Prosecutions
Julian Joshua
June 2008, The Antitrust Source
Are You at Risk of Waiving the Attorney-Client Privilege by Using Your Employer’s Computer Systems to Communicate With a Personal Attorney?
Matthew J. Herrington
May 1, 2008, Digital Discovery & e-Evidence, Vol. 08, No. 05
Observations Regarding Commonwealth of Australia Draft Legislation Introducing Criminal Penalties for Cartel
Julian Joshua and Prof. Chrisopher Harding
February 29, 2008, Conduct
The Globalization of Electronic Evidence Gathering: US Joins Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime
B.N.A., Privacy & Security Law Report, Vol. 5, No. 41, pp. 1450-1454
October 16, 2006

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